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Scrum Events1:09 with Matt Anthes-Washburn
This video covers the most common Scrum events so you have a good working knowledge of how each works.
Scrum event: Scrum team meeting that recurs during each Sprint
Sprint Planning: Scrum event where the team gathers to plan a new sprint
Daily Stand-up Meetings: Daily check-ins where each team member reports progress, next tasks, and issues impeding progress
Backlog Refinement: Product owner reviews product backlog items with the team for clarification and revision. The team estimates the effort of each item.
Sprint Review: Team gathers with stakeholders to demonstrate working software in the form of the Sprint Product
Retrospective: Team gathers to reflect on the work of the Sprint and identify something they can attempt to improve in the next sprint
There are several events in each sprint, which proponents of Scrum hold so
sacred that they are sometimes even called ceremonies.
These events have changed a bit as Scrum has matured, and
there's a bit of variation to how different teams approach scrum events.
Let's cover the most common scrum events so
you have a good working knowledge of how each works.
In sprint planning, the team gathers to prepare for a new sprint.
They decide exactly which items will go into the sprint.
In daily standups, each member of the team checks in with an update on his or
her status and whether there is an issue that is blocking them.
In backlog refinement, backlog items are reviewed by the team and
estimated for effort.
In the sprint review, the sprint product is demonstrated to the stakeholders.
Finally, the team wraps up with a sprint retrospective, in which the team reflects
on the work they did in the sprint, and how they did it.
The team works together to identify an area for improvement and
sets a measurable goal for the next sprint.
Next, we'll go into a little more detail on each of these sprint events.
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